The introduction of new travel routes, growing tourist flows and competitive pricing have led to an expanding number of travellers in Asia Pacific. Heavy investments in commercial aircraft fleets and infrastructure, in addition to cooperation with international airlines, are providing a boost for travel demand in this part of the world. The entrance of new players and rising consumer incomes are driving further growth.
Since the June 23rd referendum in 2016, whereby the UK’s population voted to leave the EU, questions have been raised as to the extent to which this decision will impact the country’s economic, political and social standing. With negotiations still ongoing, one of the most contentious issues regarding Brexit revolves around London’s future as a leading European and global financial centre after the UK withdraws from the EU.
The four cities of Frankfurt, Dublin, Paris and Amsterdam are the main contenders to take London’s financial services jobs, but this is by no means an exhaustive list. Other cities have similarly asserted their ambitions of welcoming financial services firms from London.
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